Originally Posted by andretiton
Hello GoodInk! I´m Brazilian. I had seen the tips on the LEDs, very good by the way
When I talked about the operation of the LEDs in the previous post I was referring to the fact put the original rear fan to another position
My plan is actually put the fan that comes originally from the rear between the top drive bays and buy three fans: two to put in a side window and to put in place the original rear fan. The question is: What fans. I would like to fans with enough CFM and low noise and also that matched the style of the Storm Scout you understood? Probably some of which have red LEDs, and I can do this process on and off the LEDs as you quoted above. Could you help me choose?
I don't honestly know much about fans to suggest some for you. I would post a thread in the Air Cooling forum ( http://www.overclock.net/f/246/air-cooling
) and ask there. This site is full of people that have a huge knowledge of pretty much any components.
Moving the rear fan to the front adds a nice look to the front of the scout with the extra led's. It's not really HARD to do it, it just takes a little patience to get the zip ties on right (Don't use the ones that came with the Scout, they are cheap and break easily.) I have big hands, so that might have something to do with it, too.
I like the Ultra Kaze fans. At 50% or lower speed they don't make too much noise, and still move a ton of air. On 100% they sound like a jet. lol
Originally Posted by GoodInk
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Well I'm not a fan of mounting a fan on the window, the shape if the grills makes a lot of noise, I don't like noise. You may want to just try removing one of your fans and trying it out before investing money on them. Some have reported that if you use the window fan as a exhaust fan it won't make this noise. This pulls the cooler air from the front of the case to the GPU's and pulls the hot air around them out the case, With the addition of a fan in the drive bays, your CPU will get cool air from that. As for the fans, are you planing on using a fan controller or your MB to keep the rpm's in check or are you wanting a fan that is quiet when running at 100%?
Originally Posted by DireLeon2010
I can attest to this. My cheap Rosewills are quiet as exhaust, howl like banshees as intake. They need to address that in any future upgrades to this case. (Scout II?)
The window does make some noise as an intake, especially when the Kaze is on 100%. Personally, I don't like the look of those fan slots on the window, I think it takes away from the otherwise sleek look of the case. I'm planning on putting a windowless panel on it when I can afford it.